Resources to learn to code (R)

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Hi Everybody!

I'm Josue (a.k.a. Yoshi) and recently just finished the PMWC workshop and I wanted to start a thread sharing R coding resources. 

I notice that there is a few people related to research in our workshop and everybody was at different stages of the process to learn coding R. 

Here I'm leaving a resource I found to learn R in Rstudio with a package that has a very solid tutorial that takes you over everything.

https://www.discovr.rocks/discovr/

Please feel free to leave any comments or suggestions if you are knowledgeable about coding and statistical analysis. I'm currently in the process to learn Python and because I have some background with R the learning curve is not as bad. 

Josue D Arteaga-Torres

Wildlife Ecologist, Independent

Ecuadorian established in the USA. MSc. in Behavioral Ecology. Worked with animal behaviour in Birds and main focus on predator-prey interactions.
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Go to the profile of Molly Heal
2 months ago

Hi!


Great idea, thanks very much for posting this, it's is a good reminder for me to get back in to learning R again! I have a whole folder of bookmarked resources I've been meaning to check out: 


https://www.bigbookofr.com/ (apparently this one will be "your last ever bookmark")


https://intro2r.com/ 


https://r4ds.had.co.nz/introduction.html#prerequisites


https://bookdown.org/rdpeng/rprogdatascience/


https://www.datanalytics.com/2012/06/01/curso-de-r-gratuito-no-presencial/ (not sure if this is still an active site, but including incase it starts up again)


https://adventofcode.com/2019/about (small programming puzzles!)


https://docs.google.com/document/d/15AG3c7C3v748mrwu8D_XjpdMdMMZDj3Hwv_uem7-ePU/edit (someone's personal coding 'road map')


If you're on Twitter there are some great accounts sharing tips etc., too.


Cheers, and happy coding!


Molly


https://twitter.com/BirdsandIslands